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A Rogue of the "New Republic" released.

--James Gray, of Charleston, S. C., who was arrested in Baltimore for robbing his employers in the former city of $700 in gold and $1,000 in checks, has been discharged. His counsel had prepared a legal paper, setting forth that as South Carolina had declared herself an independent Republic, and there was no extradition treaty, the present criminal could not be held; but the Court had discharged the prisoner before this "important" legal question could be brought before it.

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